Advanced Handling Systems (AHS) recently underwent an expansion of their facility in Right to Work Erlanger, Kentucky. Now, the expansion is complete, making the facility open for business once again! This has all been made possible as a result of a $500,000 investment. And, the company also now plans to create 35 new jobs. So this is great news!
From Area Development Magazine:
“With Hy-Tek’s acquisition of AHS, we are thrilled to be a part of Kentucky’s techno-focused growth. […] We’ve observed the increased activity of robotic training in the easternmost part of the state. The environment in Northern Kentucky and the growth in logistics led us to locate our innovation lab near our corporate office. The future of our industry will rely on the emerging technologies that we integrate, test and evaluate within our lab. We will continuously review new and better ways to solve our customers’ challenges. It’s an exciting time for our industry, and we are thrilled to call Kentucky home.” […]
“As we work toward building an economy that works for all Kentuckians, high-tech job opportunities will play an increased role in those efforts. […] This investment by AHS and Hy-Tek is creating quality jobs in Northern Kentucky and supporting distribution and logistics growth, which is one of our state’s thriving key industries. Thank you to the company leaders for their commitment to the Commonwealth. I look forward to seeing what’s next for AHS and Hy-Tek in Kentucky.” […]
“The AHS innovation lab is a unique asset in Northern Kentucky. […] We welcome AHS and are enthusiastic about their relationships with Northern Kentucky University and Cincinnati State Technical and Community College to provide student interns exposure and experience with their sophisticated systems.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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